Kinniconick Creek runs from its headwaters in Petersville to its mouth in Garrison entirely within the boundaries of Lewis County. It is often rumoured to be 99 miles long, a mere 1 mile short of being a river. Kinney (as we call it) is one of the last free-flowing streams of her size in the State and offers great fishing, canoeing and swimming opportunities. As with any open body of water you should always use caution when doing any of these activities. To read a wonderful history of Kinniconick Creek read Dr. William Talley’s article that is available on the Lewis County Herald’s website.
NOTE: Please keep in mind that these properties are surrounded by private land. Be careful to respect adjoining landowners.